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JULY 25, 2012 - THE PRESS PAGE 3 Park 1 -Walsh County Veterans Service Office Veterans' fair a wealth of information Almosta year in the making and after six months of collaboration, the veterans fair I had envisioned has become a reality. With an initial IlAn action film rated PG13: Peter Parker finds a clue that might help him goal of 50 organizations, as of a week betbre the lair there are roughly ] why his parents disappeared when he was young. His path puts him on a collision 43 organizations participating in some fashion and here are the details. I ; course with Dr. Curt Conners, his fathers former partner. The event will kick off at 8-:30 a.m. at the Grafton High School, I Saturday, July 28. Those who attend will be asked to register for statistical purposes, and then will be able to move into the gymnasium An comedy drama film rated R: Brought to Park River by popular demand, a male stripper teaches a younger performer how to party, pick up women, and make easy money. frilmg #i1112"1- $, rmg 28, !lira Walsh County Spotlight where over 35 tables will be set up with organizations just waiting for the chance to assist veterans and their families. Who can attend'? Anyone who has served in the military, those who are currently serving, widows and dependents of a veteran and friends of veterans who wish to gather information for their community is encouraged to attend the event. The list is quite lengthy of participating organizations but the general list covers housing, healthcare, college education, mental health, disability assistance, transportation, state benefits tbr veterans, veteran service officers, social services, retiree benefits, independent living assistance, and small business. In addition to the education and benefits fair will be a job fair from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. and detailed jy s entations throughout the day. Job Service of ND will tpTe ent at 10 a.m the Small Business Administration at 10:45 a.m the University of Phoenix at 11:30 a.m Salvation Army Supportive Services Veteran Families (SSVF) at 12:30 p.m Veterans Upward Bound 1:15 p.m and tentatively set is a session regarding servi ce dogs in Lthe afternoon. Don't forget to bring a few copies of your discharge papers, resume, and questions. If you would like to possibly file a claim at this event be sure to bring all evidence involved. If anything this event will be a great opportunity to stai't a clann. The fair will conclude at 5 p.m. If you would like more information about the event, a list of who is attending, what to bring, please call 352-5030 or e-mail Katrina ttodny Walsh County Veterans Service OJficer Administrative BuiMing, 638 Cooper Aw, Grafion n $ The merchants below are proud to announce: Come one, come all! Sunday, July 29, from noon to 4pm at the Good Sam in Park River. A free will offering noon meal will be served, followed by music and dancing provided by: Matt Hodek and the Dakota Dutchmen. A Silent Auction will also be held *All proceeds will go towards the purchase wheelchair accessible van for our residents. /ALSH CO U N'll Y Park River PO Box 49 Park River 301 County Road 12B 284-711 5 t Park River Implement AUTO PARTS 284-631 6 Park River ~ 284-7244 Michigan ~ 259-2112 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton - 352-3668 110 4th St. E Park River 284-7221 Jim's Super Valu 101 3rd St. W Park River For all your dinner needs! EDINBURG, N.D. -- Katie . Adrian, Internal Auditor/CSR'il with Citizens State Bank of Lankin in Edinburg recently, attended the Dakota School of Banking sponsored by the North Dakota Bankers Association (NDBA) and endorsed by the South Dakota Association (SDBA). In 39th year, the school trained 51 bank personnel. The school has been held on the campus of Jamestown College in Jamestown, North Dakota since 1997. "This school is designed to meet the needs of bank personnel," said Dorothy Lick, NDBA senior vice president of education. "It provides focused education for bankers who seek a better understanding of the industry and advancement in their careers." Students are enrolled tbr two years, attending one week each summer. The first-year session provides a general overview of the banking industry and the departments that make up a bank. The second-year session builds on the general banking knowledge gained in the first year and adds a computerized bank management simulation to reinforce technical and functional management skills. Photo: Submitted "Banking school was a week filled with take-home intbrmation that I can immediately use in my position," said Adrian. "I look forward to putting my new knowledge to work." Teachers at the school include bankers, attorneys, accountants and consultants. Sessions combined lecture, hands-on activities and testing. The North Dakota Bankers Association offers services to banks in the areas of government relations, education communications, insurance anc bank products. ]Don't hM[iss A n Issue e. /~Y/) (with lea,~ signing) / ) Park Court Apts - Park River / All utilities paid **Income Based** Park River Farmer Market Jul9 26, 2012 . Farmers Market from 5:30--6:30 pm Food Vendor--"Made in the USA" 4-H Club serving from 5:30---7:00 pm Free Musical Concert featuring the "The Diers from 6:00--7:00 pm a fawn chair or btanket to sit, on & enjoy the music concert sponsored by Gate City Bank: Was Welch, Atty and Northdale Oit Little Park--Park River, ND Cr~rner t'ff 4th St. W & Hmhn Av~ S hi case ol r~in--will I~ held at Fair Bulldlng--510~tl~ ~t. W A j. 2, 20 1 2 Market prn 6:0f) pm Cc c.e.rl feahJring =Kaw.n And .r. n pon md Samson El tric. LTD Photo: Submitted Above: (L to R) Tim Maendel, Solomon Maendel and Greg Maendel with Rite Irrigation trrt, i earn service FORDVILLE, N.D. Greg Reinke service training session Maendel and Solomon Maendel of held in Deshler, Neb. Tim Maen- Rite Irrigation in Fordville, N.D del had previously qualified at the have each earned the PLUS Platinum Plus level this past (Proven Leaders in Unlnatched March. Service) Certified Technician The PLUS Certified Technician Award, and Tim Maendel has Program consists of a series of earned the Platinum PLUS technical service-training classes (Proven Leaders in Unmatched and tests. Greg and Solomon re- Service) Certified Technician ceived the PLUS award by corn- Award. These prestigious awards pleting all of their classes and are the most elite technical service receiving very high marks on all designation awarded by Reinke testing. Manufacturing Company, Inc a The Platinum PLUS Certified manufacturer of mechanized in;i- Technician Program consists of a gation systems, series of six technical service train- "Being recognized as a PLUS ing classes and tests. Tim received and Platinum PLUS Certified the Platinum PLUS award by scar- Technician is quite a remarkable ing more than 90 percent on all six accomplishment," said Tim Gold- tests. hammer, vice president of market- "We understand how important ing, Reinke Manut'acturing. "Greg, qualified service technicians are to Solornon and Tim have completed producers when they make their the most extensive technical sPry- buying decisions," added Gold- ice training available to Reinke hammer. "That's the focus of our dealers and are to be commended technical service programs, to con- for their hard work." sistently build upon the level ot Greg and Solomon Maendel service capabilities ofReinl